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that supervisor campos made, another supervisor amniano (sounds like), who created the committee of education, in which i said on for years, there should be some way to them through the college board of trustees and that important decision-making , on the city level and i know our advisor to the mayor and education -- mendoza, sitting in the audience as well, i hope to work with many of you together to bring a working group on how to support the college system more especially . . in this time of crisis but in long-term i think that would be helpful discussion i want to say that the suggestions made by a few colleagues new amendments on this, supervisor kim's suggestion for page 2, line 24 which takes the sting out of the word "inflating" by replacing it with growing, i think that is a really good amendment. i will make a motion that we add that to the amendments. and added the suggestion of supervisor wiener and chiu, to address the concern raised by wiener about tying our hands too much in the general fund, my suggestion coming from the advice of those two supervisors, on page 3, line 15,
to that? seconded by supervisor campos. and if we can take that motion amended without objection, that should be the case. and on the underlying resolution as amended, madam clerk, can you call the roll? >> supervisor avalos? avalos aye. supervisor breed? breed aye. supervisor campos? campos aye. supervisor chiu? chiu aye. supervisor cohen? cohen aye. supervisor farrell? farrell aye. supervisor kim? kim aye. supervisor mar? mar aye. supervisor tang? tang aye. supervisor wiener? wiener aye. supervisor yee? yee aye. there are 11 ayes. >> the resolution is adopted as amended. madam clerk, could you go to our imperative agenda and do we have any items today? >> we do, mr. president. we have 2013 as the year of the child in san francisco. >> we have a founding as well as the brown act finding -- >> mr. president, mr. president, please excuse my interruption. that was not the imperative item. that was the item -- >> tia margarita. >> yes. it was a resolution declaring 2013 as it a margarita day. in the city and county of san francisco. >> colleagues, we have the resolution described by
part of the code and in deed at this time david campos's office is looking into. >> can we ask people to leave quietly. we are still in a meeting. >> david campos's office has graciously looked into adding the code. i think we should have one more meeting of the add hoc committee because we are going to make it a more specific type of outreach that we recommend and demand from our offices. i think we should have one more meeting to look and hone on that and hopefully david campos office will make it a meaningful part of the code. >> when is it? >> we haven't decided yet. it's a 7 day notice. >> one comment i have when we get correspondence that you have to respond within a certain date. no biggy. any other issues? >> i just want to welcome cammy blackstone to our commission. we are very happy and lucky to have you with your expertise and background and we look forward to working with you. >> thank you. >> okay, item 7 commissioners request for future items. any requests seeing none. this will conclude the tuesday april 2nd meeting of the san francisco county entertainment commission.
campos was talking about is the perception of the marketplace would be, well, they must have someone in mind already because they are not keeping it open for long. by hiring a search person to help you means you are doing something nationally and exhaustive and having a reasonable time that shows you are open to candidates from a variety of sources. we are impressed with the talent that we have uncovered within san francisco and regional agencies. we think we are going to have a wealth of talent that comes right from our own backyard which in our cases is beautiful. it keeps us off the plains. that's what the brochure is. we will then distribute this electronically to candidates who have expressed interest. we send this to individuals who we want to be sources for us and thought leaders for us. we also send this to targeted people that we are very interested in having them take a look at the opportunity and we also will have this posted on the authorities website, we will also have a personal invite taegs so everyone has a personal invite taegs to apply for the position. >> thank yo
avalos? avalos present. supervisor breed? breed present. supervisor campos? campos present. supervisor chiu? chiu present. supervisor cohen? cohen present. supervisor farrell? farrell present. supervisor kim. kim present. supervisor mar? mar present. supervisor tang? tang present. supervisor wiener? wiener present. supervisor yee. yee present. mr. president, all members are present. >> thank you research, madam clerk, ladies and gentlemen, could you please join us in the pledge of allegiance? i pledge allegiance to the flag of the united states of america. and to the republic for which it stands, one nation under god, indivisible with liberty and justice for all. colleagues, we have our march 5th, 2013 board meeting minutes. can i have a motion to approve those minutes? motion by supervisor campos, seconded by supervisor yee. without objection those meeting minutes are approved. [gavel] >> madam clerk, are there any communication? s? >> there are no communications, mr. thv. >> can you read our consent agenda? the consent calendar is considered routine. if a member objects ictiontionth
wiener has made a motion from the categorical exemption. that is seconded by supervisor campos. colleagues, any additional questions? before we vote, i just want to note, supervisor mar unfortunately was not feeling well and had to go home so i'd like to entertain a motion that we excuse him for the rest of the afternoon. motion by supervisor farrell seconded by supervisor campos, without objection, he will be excused. [gavel] >> with that, if unless there is discussion, let's take a roll call vote on supervisor wiener's motion. >> supervisor yee? yee aye. supervisor avalos? avalos aye. supervisor breed? breed aye. supervisor campos? campos aye. supervisor chiu? chiu aye. supervisor cohen? cohen aye. supervisor farrell? farrell aye. supervisor kim? kim aye. supervisor tang? tang aye. supervisor wiener? wiener aye. there are 10 aye. >> the motion is approved and the categorical exemption is affirmed. [gavel] >> thank you to the members of the public. and with that, let us go to the adoption calendar, madam clerk. >> items 19 through 21 are being considered for immediate adoption
to approve those minutes? motion by supervisor campos, seconded by supervisor breed. without objection, those meeting minutes are adopted. [gavel] >> madam clerk, do we have any communications? >> there are no communications, mr. president. >> and if you could read our consent agenda. >> items 1 through 14 are considered routine. if a member objects, an item may be removed and considered separately. >> colleagues, i'd like to sever out item number 7. are there any other items that folks would like to consider separately? seeing none, if we could take a roll call vote on items 1 through 7 -- i'm sorry, on items 1 through 14 without item 7. >> supervisor avalos? avalos aye. supervisor breed? breed aye. supervisor campos? campos aye. supervisor chiu? chiu aye. supervisor cohen? cohen aye. supervisor farrell? farrell aye. supervisor kim? kim aye. supervisor mar? mar aye. supervisor tang? tang aye. supervisor wiener? wiener aye. supervisor yee? yee aye. there are 11 ayes. >> those items are finally pass and had motions adopted and approved. madam clerk, can you please call item 7? >> item 7 is a g
out for you. >> looks like we have a question from commissioner campos? >> thank you madam chair. thank you for this presentation. it's a beautiful building. just a couple questions. for the outdoor theatre, what was the seating capacity? >> it's a flexible seating compassey. -- capacity. i think it's about 180 now. the idea is it might work for both performances on the stage or could be reversed so people can sit and face man dell plaza. >> what's the playground? >> our property at the bay view could be opened up to the children's playground. it's why we moved the current play area for the programs that take place now is along 3rd street. let me show you on this. >> so starting out it won't be connected? >> it's not connected now because there are two separate properties owned by two separate departments. but we imagine a time where we can put a single gate. the gate that runs between the two properties is not being changed but we do imagine m time it will be lovely for the community if we could link the two properties together. right now the children's area that is used predo
resident and reside in vernal heights neighborhood in the honorable david campos is my supervisor. thank you. for over three decades i have been providing quality healthcare to women men and healthcare in the bay area and i am aware of the needs of the people. that planned parenthood serves it has been providing healthcare in san francisco in the bay area since 1929 and was the first city where the planned parenthood was established west of the mississippi, we currently operate 30 health centers and excuse me, health service, we provide healthcare services and education and more than 140,000 women, men and teens each year in 17 northern california counties and we see approximately 1200 patients every month in our san francisco healthcare ten. what you will hear may sound like a story from mississippi or texas, may i just read these three quickly? >> the lady protest s against is yelling at men and she screamed don't kill your baby not know what i am here for, she followed me and my boyfriend trying to give me a necklace that i didn't want, she kept trying to follow me and after refuse an
for the status of women and thank you for being here and no hat today. >> good morning, supervisor campos. the department of the status of women is strongly supportive of this legislation and thanks the council and the co-sponsors for this opportunity. and i just want to provide a little bit of context at the federal level the freedom of access to the acts makes it offense to use intimidation or physical force to prevent someone from entering a facility. eleven states makes it illegal to obstruct the california, marijuana, elder monson, new york, north carolina, washington. four states stand property damage to a clinic, including california, and maine has enacted a noise regulation, pertaining to outside activity, outside of a clinic. and it has made it an offense to intentionally waste a substance with an unpleasant clinic, north carolina prohibits weapons during a demonstration outside of a clinic. and then, in terms of the buffer zone, in particular, to address sburp yee's point, there are three states that have passed buffer zone legislation, colorado, has a 100 feet fixed and 8 feet
. this is too important. >> thank you supervisor campos. i want to make a few comments before i turn it over to president chiu. just to be real clear supervisor campos made a comment to changing sequa. as i stated really if even if we wanted to change sequa locally we certain lack that power sequa is a state law. and sometimes as much as san francisco wishes we could change sequa we couldn't nor is anyone advocating we were trying to change sequa. this is putting in place rules for the first time on those appeals. roadway we're operating from a 16 page memo from the county clerk's office. that is what we're doing here today. so c pmc would have gotten to this (writing on board.) or with supervisor kim's process it would have been the same process. it's important not to bring in items that are not impacted by this legislation like sequa itself or c pmc. the main goal of my legislation is to my the process more clear and more transparent. i think the more cooks in the kitchen the better and i always welcome feedback and alternatives whether i agree or disagree. i think supervisor kim's process
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it in support of supervisor campos's ordinance, these are residents of san francisco and the people who live in san francisco county and many of them who live in the neighborhood near the clinic and i personally have lived here for 20 years within two blocks of the clinic on valencia street and i see every day when i commute to my job, how it infringes on the right of the people and the neighbors that pass by and i would also like to say that i have organized at least a dozen protests here in san francisco only the years and we very much support the right to free speech and the right to protest and in no way do we think of the 25 foot buffer zone would encrouch on anybody's right of free speech. and as a san francisco based company you have our full support in passing this ordinance. >> thank you. >> next speaker, please? >> hi, my name is jordan, and i am here as a friend of women who have used planned parenthood and have had to walk through some of the lines of harassment and what i would like to do is actually read, some statements from people who live in the neighborhood and are faced
attorney's office and supervisor campos to enforce current ordinances to protect the patients and staff from constant harassment and indimtation and it has not worked.. our planned parent center is 30 feet wide, the sidewalk is only 9 feet we have a two, car, white zone in front of the building dedicated to clients, drop off and pick up. along this narrow sidewalk and wide zone, protestors have engaged in action to shame and intimidate the patients. they abuse the disability permit for hours just ten feet from our door. each side of the narrow sidewalk in front of the health center is harassing and signage is created through which our clients have to pass. and protestors set up a video camera eight feet from the front door video taping people entering and exiting the health center and line up along each side of the narrow sidewalk in beach chairs, wheelchairs or standing harassing our patients as they come to our doors, they stand directly outside of our front doors and take photos of our staff. >> that means that you have 30 seconds. >> protestors dismroit the loop holes. a protestors
that the city will look different than what it looks like today. >> thank you supervisor campos. i have a couple of comments. so, campos, i agree that people are not stopping me on the street and in the grocery store to talk about sequa reform and talk about the appeal process. but i will tell you what people do stop me on the street and the grocery store and elsewhere to talk about, is a deep, deep, frustration about how community benefiting projects, parks, libraries, bike improvement, pedestrian safety improvement, affordable housing. a deep frustration about how incredibly long and how expensive it is to get these communities benefiting projects done. it is the people are deeply frustrated. what they do stop me about is why isn't my park getting fixed up so quickly, i voted for a bond, years and years ago and it is still not being improved. why is my library in north beach, why did it take so long for that project to get under way? why don't i have bike safety improvements yet? why did that take so long? it is not about sequa specifically, it is about the process that we have in place to mak
, but we built trust. so i would like to single out david chu, david campos and mark ferrel for the great job they did. [ applause ] >> the mayor's office in particular a great deal of debt. he did a great job. i just don't know who i'm going to talk at midnight anymore. [ laughter ] . i also want to thank people from the department of public health and others from the mayor's office. but colleen chav an and wagner were instrumental in helping us understand the projections and understand the construction cost, etc. i would also want to acknowledge the hospital team, mike, warn browner. ceo of cpmc, [ applause ] george, i want to say is it w u. and john gates creative cfo who works at the hospital and the chairman of the board mr. bob -- [ applause ] . throughout this process, i had the luxury of a number of people helping and counseling me and encouraging me, but i would like to particularly thank bishop mark andrews who has been a tremendous supporter of saint lukes. and last but not least, i want to thank the san francisco coalition. we, as part of our process had meetings with the coal
in the middle of a project. we say this in a appeal on supervisor campos appeal resulted. we saw recently that the delores park was appealed to the planning commission after the commission approves that project and someone wants to appeal it it can wait until plans are pulled and at which the construction will have to grind to a halt and it will cost additional money. i think this is not the right process that will continue under supervisor kim's legislation. it will eliminate over the counter permits by requiring that the planning department go there an analysis of smaller plans and when permits from what departments might be neat and then a compilation will be another delay. this abandons the delegation to other departments. this year hundreds of categorical reductions that are done every year. we have a reduction for any sewer repair or water repair that is in repair for one mile. it has small bikes and pedestrian upgrades and a curb closings and painting determinations on the street. the planning department would have to do that that is a significant shift not only at work but it woul
is david campos and other commissioners as they arrive. clerk of the board is elisa miller and we are brought together by sfgtv staff whose name i don't have but i want to thank them for their service. >> madam clerk please call the next item >> item no. 2, march 25th, meeting with the san francisco commission. >> thank you. any comments or questions or changes? let's go to public complent -- comment on the last minutes on the march 25th meeting. seeing none for this item. can we have a motion to approve these minutes? motion by breed and campos. next item. >> item no. 3. activities report on power program, status update on the proceedings on california public commission. >> great. thank you. we have this update coming up right now to plug in before barbara miller, hale start. i stood before the public commission on tuesday and we'll get a date for the approval meeting. there is not that action at the puc. i know as we are missing those dates we are pushing back possibly on the start of clean power set program. i'm concerned we are not moving in the direction we need to move.
'll be joined shortly by other commissioners. david campos. clerk of the committee is erica chang. i want to thank s fgtv staff for broadcasting. are there any announcements? >> there are no announcements. any comments or questions? we can go to public comment. public comment is now open and we can close public comment. colleagues. a motion from the commissioner cohen and commissioner wiener. we'll take that without objection. let's go to next item >> executive director this is an information item. >> great. >> fong, as the clerk says this is an update from the director recruitment. we have today from the hawkins team and they will report what they will be doing in the last two weeks. they are meeting with stake holders and the board of supervisors and scheduled to meet with various county san francisco agencies. i would like to bring them up to walk you through their attachments. we have unattachment on page 9 is the schedule which you have seen before at the last meetings. we are at no. 1 where they will be presenting their draft memo and summarized input from stake holders interviews.
, commissioner breed, campos, present, commissioner david chiu, absent. mr. cohen, absent. kim absent, mar, wiener present. yee, absent. we have a quorum. >> very good. call item no. 2. 2013 meeting. >> comments, questions on the minutes? public comments open. no. 2. no member come forward we'll close public comment. commissioner breed and without objection. >> next item, please? >> this is information item. >> good afternoon, colleagues. hopefully my voice will work this morning. i want to thank lombardy for these note. there were two issues to be addressed at the federal level to provide funding for the federal government through the end of the fiscal year and sequestration. congress passed a continued resolution to provide funding through the end of the budget year through september 2013. congress approved funding at the map 21 at the federal transportation bill funding levels, however this is a presequestration. the sequester official took effect on march 1st. however it taking time to find out how to federal budget cuts will affect individual programs and projects. handful of program
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